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Introduction What's a type? Values of type boolean Boolean operators Using parentheses Precedence of boolean operators Boolean tyro


Objectives: To exercise knowledge of boolean expressions --their syntax (grammar) and semantics (meaning). This includes the precedence of boolean operators and arithmetic relations, the use of parentheses, truth tables, evaluation of boolean expressions that contain boolean operators, arithmetic relations, and arithmetic operators, and ways to express certain things clearly and succinctly.



  • It is expected that you have spent time reading about boolean expressions and that you know what a type is and what a variable is. The first material concerned only with expressions. Later parts, on the boolean tyro, use the assignment statement, the if-statement, and the return statement; skip these parts if you have not yet studied these two statements.




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chapter...of the AP Java course.

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